Climate Action Engagement
Mosman Council has declared a climate emergency and has set ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The response to climate is complex and Council is now preparing a Climate Strategy and Action Plan for the next five years, that will outline potential actions to be assessed against environmental, economic and social outcomes.
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Climate Action Forum
This webinar on 8 September 2020 brought together all levels of government on climate resilience and how we can respond to climate change.
Guest speakers and representatives included Mosman Mayor Carolyn Corrigan, Federal Member for Warringah Zali Steggall OAM, Member for North Shore Felicity Wilson, NSW Minister for Energy & Environment and Member for Hornsby Matt Kean, Director of the Sydney Environment Institute Professor David Schlosberg, and Mosman Council’s Team Leader Sustainability Professor Ruth Irwin.
Dr Ruth Irwin, Team Leader Sustainability at Mosman Council, presented at a community consultation workshop for climate mitigation on 30 July 2020.
This workshop, the first of a series of three, focussed on mitigation, our carbon footprint through energy, transport, air quality, waste, food, finance, planning and development, building design and materials.
Adaptation and Resilience
Dr Ruth Irwin, Team Leader Sustainability at Mosman Council, presented at a community consultation workshop for climate adaptation and resilience on 6 August 2020. This workshop, the second in a series of three, focussed on adaptation and resilience to climate change, sea level rise, storm surge, extreme weather, drought, water and urban heat island effect.
Dr Ruth Irwin, Team Leader Sustainability at Mosman Council, presented at a community consultation workshop for climate adaptation and resilience on 28 August 2020. This workshop, the last in a series of three, focussed on mitigation, adaptation, resilience and exploring values.